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... so took us to his favourite cantina (negritas) for a negrita IPA that they brew on site, which was lovely. We agreed to meet for drinks the next day at 9pm. Following our lack of pink satisfaction in Holbox, we signed up for a flamingo tour with the hostel's guide Oscar. First port of call was flamingo spotting, which was underwhelming. We did however learn more about why they turn pink, and saw some young white ones flapping around. ...
... br> It is located 62 km south of Mérida, capital of Yucatán state in Mexico. Its buildings are noted for their size and decoration. Ancient roads called sacbes connect the buildings, and also were built to other cities in the area such as Chichén Itzá, Caracol and Xunantunich in modern-day Belize, and Tikal in modern-day Guatemala.
Its buildings are typical of the Riley Kand Puuc style, with smooth low walls that open on ornate friezes based on representations of typical ...
... enjoy it and appreciate the beauty of the ancient Mexican cultures.
After returning to the hotel I had dinner and a few drinks at a local bar and the food was only average in quality but everyone was friendly and welcoming. It wouldn't be the appropriate place to take a school group but it was still a fairly nice night. After dinner I walked around and checked out the local night markets and saw what the town had to offer. The markets were ...
... and have dinner at a German restaurant. I know, I know. But vego food in Mexico is pretty hit and miss so far. In fact it's 98% miss... Day 17: Chichen Itza! The supposed Big Daddy of all Mexico's ruins. And our van has AC, huzzah! The main pyramid is unfortunately now roped off to visitors (you used to be able to climb it), but it's therefore extremely well preserved. There are some seriously interesting facets to the structure based upon the Mayan ...
... how awesome they are) and put it in their envelope stuck on the wall. I'll miss being in Mexico with this amazing group of young humans.
I ended the night by admiring historic downtown Merida one of the last times and returned home just in time to say goodbye to Nenuca and Paolina (IT WAS SO GREAT TO SEE HER SHE'S BEEN SO BUSY!). I then sent a photo of my environmental studies professor and me to him through email, of which his response ...